Photo Album: Girl Scout Day 2023
Each Fall, Mizzou's Society of Women Engineers (SWE) invites scouts from across the community to come visit Mizzou Engineering and learn more about STEM and engineering for Girl Scout Day. See photos from the event and explore the different activities the scouts participated in.
Mizzou Engineers attend Grace Hopper Celebration
Eight Mizzou Engineering students travelled to Orlando, Florida, last month to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration, the largest gathering of women in tech in the world.
Engineers to use autonomous tractor to study self-driving mechanisms
Two Mizzou Engineers are using Missouri’s first autonomous tractor to better understand self-driving mechanisms and how those systems can work with other technologies. Professors Prasad Calyam and Ming Xin are co-Principal Investigators on a Department of Agriculture grant that brought the tractor to Mizzou last month. Calyam is Greg L. Gilliom Professor of Cyber Security in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Xin is Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
Engineering team working with Port of Alaska, stakeholders to assess operations, develop interactive portal
A Mizzou Engineering team is working with the Port of Alaska and its stakeholders to assess freight and fuel truck operations and develop an interactive digital communication portal for improving visibility into Port operations. Sharan Srinivas, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering, received funding from the Alaska Department of Transportation (AKDOT) for the two-pronged project.
Calyam leading efforts to establish zero trust cybersecurity approach for battlefield communications
A Mizzou Engineer is leading efforts to establish a new cybersecurity approach to better protect classified information and communications on the battlefield. Prasad Calyam — Greg L. Gilliom Professor of Cyber Security and director of the Mizzou Center for Cyber Education, Research and Infrastructure — is leading the project as Principal Investigator of a National Security Agency grant.
Honor societies provide opportunities for Mizzou Engineering students
At Mizzou Engineering, high achieving students have the opportunity to make life-changing connections both on campus and throughout the country by joining national honor societies during their junior or senior year.
Homecoming Tri-Director encourages engineers to attend Mizzou Homecoming 2023: First and Finest
Mizzou Engineer Annie Watson is serving as one of the Tri-Directors for Mizzou Homecoming 2023: First and Finest. We sat down with her and asked her to tell us a little about herself and what students can expect from this year’s festivities.
University of Missouri establishes Missouri Work Zone Safety Center of Excellence
As the State of Missouri embarks on the expansion of Interstate 70, the vital east-west transportation corridor connecting St. Louis and Kansas City, researchers at the University of Missouri are preparing to leverage the institution’s 30-plus years of proven expertise in highway work zone safety research to help keep drivers and workers safe during the estimated five-to-seven-year project.
Highly decorated Engineering alumnus shares story, leadership lessons
At Mizzou Engineering, learning happens in the classroom, in the field and in conversations with alumni and other professional engineers. Last week, Colonel John Clark, B.S. ME ’62, M.B.A. ‘75, visited Mizzou Engineering to speak with students in the Engineering Leadership class, taught by Michael Poehlman.
Team devising methods to make computer chips more energy efficient, sustainable
A Mizzou Engineering team is devising a method to make computer chips designed to run deep neural networks (DNNs) not only reliable, but also energy efficient and sustainable.